Dense molecular gas disks drive the growth of supermassive black holes - Are supernova explosions the key?
October 13, 2016 | Science
Astronomers using ALMA and other telescopes, revealed that dense molecular gas disks a few hundred light years in scale located at the centers of galaxies supply gas to supermassive black holes situated within them.
NAOJ “New Scientist Live” Exhibition Held in London
October 13, 2016 | Topics
The "New Scientist Live" science exhibition, was held in a suburb of London for four days, September 22-25, 2016.
Dense molecular gas disks drive the growth of supermassive black holes - Are supernova explosions the key?October 13, 2016
NAOJ “New Scientist Live” Exhibition Held in LondonOctober 13, 2016
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- October 11, 2016 | Picture of the week
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- October 11, 2016 | Division of Theoretical Astronomy
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- October 7, 2016 | Subaru Telescope
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- October 4, 2016 | Picture of the week
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- October 3, 2016 | Subaru Telescope
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